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"Very versatile, for tangy mint sauce or garnish on new potatoes or peas.
Cooking: The ideal accompaniment to roast lamb -for an unusual but delicious sauce mix with honey and lemon juice. Add to boiled new potatoes, peas, make mint jelly or garnish summer drinks.
Companion Plant: Mint has a piquant aroma and as such is disliked by much of the insect world. Above all, plant mint close to all brassicas and it will repel the Cabbage White Butterfly and a sprig or two in your wardrobe will keep moths out of your clothes.
Nature's Remedy: It has a remarkable reputation with indigestion, for calming the nerves, for soothing sleep and recurring sickness. Many herbalists claim it aids virility and can be used against Migraine. Pour 1 cup of boiling water over 1 tablespoonful of chopped fresh leaves and leave to stand for 30 minutes. Take as required a tablespoon at a time."
Height: 30cm (12"). Spread: 100cm (39"). 1250 seeds approx.
Sowing Months: Feb to Jun
Harvest Months: Jun to Aug
Position in: Full sun
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Plant the seed
Growing vegetables from seeds is a great family activity that teaches children about the importance of sustainable living and the process of how plants grow. By involving kids in planting, watering, and taking care of the seeds, they learn valuable skills and gain appreciation for the food they eat.
Grow your own
Growing vegetables from seed offers numerous benefits such as access to a wider range of varieties, increased yields through succession planting, and the ability to experiment with plant breeding. In addition, you can make efficient use of space and timing in your garden by interplanting vegetables with different growing habits and maturity rates. So why not consider growing your vegetables and flowers from seed!